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NEW PODCAST – It’s Fishing Time for New York Anglers!

This week Captain John McMurray talks about the epic season with tuna he had last season as well as inshore action. George opens with breaking striped bass news. Roccus7 gives us some fishing advice and we get a recent update from Steve Luft as he reports on the fine Westchester freshwater fishing happening now! Add to that our favorite Fishing Relationships, and you have our best podcast yet!

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The LI Fishing Podcast #3- Joey Leggio / Spring Striped Bass Fishing Techniques

This podcast Aiden discusses clamming bridges, trolling, back-bay fishing, and jigging. Capt. Joey Leggio is well known for his accounts Fishing Long Island and his Show Chaisin’ Tail TV. Joey runs charters out of Oceanside NY and is an expert at catching almost every saltwater fish in the Long Island Ares, including Striped bass, Tautog, and Summer Flounder.

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Tactics and Stories with Matt Broderick

In this episode, Anthony Gucciardo sits down with Matt Broderick, local surfcaster and rod builder. We talk about “Putting in The Time” vs “Knowledge” when it comes to finding and catching trophy fish, and the “Rituals and Superstitions” after finding a good bite. We answer some questions from our Instagram followers and of course, talk about the state of the Striped Bass Fishery. 

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New York Anglers likely To See another Saltwater Fishing License

Listen to George Scocca as he talks about the whispers he’s heard of a saltwater fishing license in New York State. He also pranks a local tackle shop owner, talks about the Ward Melville High School Show and describes how www.nyangler.com is now powered by Alexa. You can listen to our podcasts and get the current NYS fishing regulations, simply by asking Alexa.

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Fishing New York Waters

In this episode, our host, George Scocca discusses what it’s like to go on a 16-day offshore trips on the Excelle, out of San Diego, Eyeglass Joe, with a current report and a look at what the future of the Bluefin tuna might be. Add to that, his crazy Regulations and Fishing and Relationships clips and you have everything you’d expect from an New York angler itching for tight lines!